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Rebecca L. Krupenevich and Ross H. Miller

normal, healthy aging. This study’s scope is limited, and the participants in this study consisted of healthy and highly physically active young and older men, which may limit the generalizability of the results to a more typical, less physically active, older adult population, to older women, who were

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Kristin M. Mills, Scott Sadler, Karen Peterson and Lorrin Pang

Balance and author of the book Move With Balance: Healthy Aging Activities for the Mind and Body . K.M.M., S.S., and L.P. have no conflicts of interest. This research was conducted by the Maui District Health Office. There were no funding sources as the MWB program was taught by K.P., and the data were

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Meg E. Letton, Jeanette M. Thom and Rachel E. Ward

. 2015 ; 21 ( 5 ): 64 – 70 . PubMed ID: 26393993 6. Rodrigues-Krause JK , Reischak-Oliveira A . Dancing for healthy aging: functional and metabolic perspectives . Altern Ther Health Med . 2019 ; 25 ( 1 ): 44 – 63 . PubMed ID: 29428927 29428927 7. The Sydney Morning Herald . Ballet for adult

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Gohei Kato, Tomoyuki Arai, Yasuhiro Morita and Hiroaki Fujita

Japan, 2018 ). As a strategy for dealing with the rapidly aging population and aimed at achieving healthy aging, a public health framework ( Beard et al., 2016 ) has become vital. As a means of enhancing the health of older adults, the facilitation of their participation in activities, particularly

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Juliana Souza de Oliveira, Catherine Sherrington, Louise Rowling and Anne Tiedemann

may be more likely to facilitate long-term attendance, and older people can benefit from regular physical activity to maintain physical, social, and mental health and realize healthy aging. Strengths and Limitations To the best of our knowledge, this study is one of the first to describe the

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Mika R. Moran, Perla Werner, Israel Doron, Neta HaGani, Yael Benvenisti, Abby C. King, Sandra J. Winter, Jylana L. Sheats, Randi Garber, Hadas Motro and Shlomit Ergon

). This initiative is part of an ongoing international project named “our voice”, coordinated by the Stanford Healthy Aging Research and Technology Solutions Laboratory at Stanford University School of Medicine ( King et al., 2016 ). One of the goals of these initiatives, among others, was to examine the

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Rachel Cholerton, Jeff Breckon, Joanne Butt and Helen Quirk

& Pedersen, 2018 ). In addition, this inactivity gap also increases from early adult life up until approximately 85 years old, showing the largest differences in a population which is 10 years poststatutory retirement age ( Farrell, Hollingsworth, Propper, & Shields, 2014 ). Healthy aging has been defined as

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Iréné Lopez-Fontana, Carole Castanier, Christine Le Scanff and Alexandra Perrot

As pointed out by the maxim “everyone is older than yesterday, but younger than tomorrow”, aging does not describe a state but a process from the birth of an individual to the end of his life ( Ska & Joanette, 2006 ). Observations in studies show that healthy aging leads to age-related cognitive

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Paige M. Watkins, Elissa Burton and Anne-Marie Hill

that participating in exercise which meets the recommended guidelines for older community-dwelling adults, which includes muscle strengthening activities at least 2 days a week, has positive effects on physical function and supports healthy aging ( Department of Health, 2011 ; Haff & Triplett, 2016

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Thomas A. Perks

research shows early exposure to physical activity plays a significant role in ensuring ongoing engagement in physical activity later in life. 40 These same cultural changes in how physical activity is understood and the awareness of its importance for healthy aging may also help account for the more